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Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Eagle Jar

Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Eagle Jar

Eric Lewis
Pottery
7 x 8 inches (L x W)
Hand coiled Black & White Eagle Jar by talented Acoma artist Eric Lewis! A very nice piece!! This piece has an Eagle motif! Eric's bold designs stick out immediately and his style is instantly recognizable! His rain, wind, cloud & lightning designs are reminiscent of tribal style tattoos! Eric is the son of Acoma potter Sharon Lewis and nephew to Judy Lewis, Marilyn Ray, Diane Lewis, Carolyn Concho, and Rebecca Lucario. A must for any collection!

Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Eagle Jar #1

Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Eagle Jar #1

Eric Lewis
Pottery
7 x 8 inches (L x W)
Hand coiled Black & White Eagle Jar by talented Acoma artist Eric Lewis! A very nice piece!! This piece has an Eagle motif! Eric's bold designs stick out immediately and his style is instantly recognizable! His rain, wind, cloud & lightning designs are reminiscent of tribal style tattoos! Eric is the son of Acoma potter Sharon Lewis and nephew to Judy Lewis, Marilyn Ray, Diane Lewis, Carolyn Concho, and Rebecca Lucario. A must for any collection!

Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Antelope Dancer

Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Antelope Dancer

Mary Janice Ortiz
Pottery
18 x 11 inches (L x W)
HUGE Antelope Dancer figure from noted Cochiti potter Mary Janice Ortiz! This is an incredible piece and would make a great centerpiece for any collection! Janice uses all natural pigments for her paints (Red rock clay for red, White slip which can turn beige or grey depending on the firing conditions, and wild spinach for black) She fires all of her pottery outdoors the traditional way. A true collector's item! Janice is the sister of noted potter Virgil Ortiz and Joyce Ortiz and Inez Ortiz(d). She is also the aunt of Lisa Holt.

Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Drummer

Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Drummer

Martha Arquero
Pottery
5 x 5 inches (L x W)
Drummer Figure from award winning Cochiti artist Martha Arquero! It has separate drum and drum stick! Handmade and painted with natural pigments! A very unique piece! Martha is the daughter of Damacia Cordero and has passed her pottery making skills on to her daughter Melissa Bowannie!

Hopi American Indian Pottery Large Pahlik Mana Jar

Hopi American Indian Pottery Large Pahlik Mana Jar

Jeremy Adams
Pottery
13 x 7 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled LARGE Pahlik Mana Jar by Jeremy Adams Nampeyo. It has a 2 Pahlik Manas (Butterfly Maidens) designs painted around the perimeter. It is hand coiled, painted with natural pigments from the earth and fired outdoors the traditional way! Jeremy is the son of Vernida Polacca. He was taught by his mother and is the great great grandson of Nampeyo of Hano. He is the brother Michael Adams who is a noted jeweler and his sister is Heidi Nodman. He is the nephew of Clinton Polacca & Reva Ami. He is also the grandson of Alice Adams. There are no cracks, chips or repairs.

Hopi American Indian Pottery Wedding Vase

Hopi American Indian Pottery Wedding Vase

Vernida Polacca
Pottery
10 x 7 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Wedding Vase by Vernida Polacca Nampeyo. It has a "Migration" design painted around the perimeter. This is a larger piece for Vernida! Vernida uses all natural pigments for her paints and fires her pottery outdoors the traditional way. Vernida is the daughter of Harold & Alice Polacca. She was taught by her grandmother, Fannie Nampeyo and is the great granddaughter of Nampeyo of Hano. She is the sister of Clinton Polacca & Reva Ami. There are no cracks or chips or repairs.

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery Star Jar

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery Star Jar

Karen Abieta
Pottery
3 x 6 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Star Jar fired outdoors by Karen Abieta. It has a Star design on top and other shard designs, dragonflies & Stars painted around the bottom. It's a really beautiful piece! Karen is the daughter of Lenora Nahoodyce Abeyta and Isidor Abieta who is from Isleta. She is a member of the Kachina/Parrot Clan from her mothers side. Her work is very high quality. She has won awards at Santa Fe Indian Market & Heard Museum shows among others.